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Session wraps up at National Assembly | CTV News Montreal

With the last pre-election sessional period of Quebec's National Assembly drawing to a close last week, Max Bell School professor Pearl Eliadis joined CTV News Montreal to discuss the key legislative news of the past several months.

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Published: 14 Jun 2022

Legal experts fact-check Quebec ad campaign that aims to correct 'falsehoods' on controversial language law | CBC News

June 3, 2022 | After Bill 96 passed in the Quebec legislature, the government of Quebec published a full-page advertisement in both French and English newspapers to "correct falsehoods" circulating about the law. However, several legal experts - such as Max Bell's Pearl Eliadis - fact-checked the claims made in the ad in this article for CBC News.

Published: 6 Jun 2022

Five reasons Quebec's language law reform is stirring controversy | City News

May 19, 2022 | This City News article delves into the various reasons Quebec's Bill 96 is stirring controversy. Max Bell School professor Pearl Eliadis provides prospective on how the proposed law would affect access to justice.

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Published: 24 May 2022

Why politics and central banking shouldn't mix | The Line

May 13, 2022 | In a recent debate, Conservative Party leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre pledged that—if he were to become prime minister—he would fire the governor of the Bank of Canada. Max Bell School Director Chris Ragan thinks such a promise is irresponsible and dangerous.

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Published: 24 May 2022

Public Policy Forum releases second report from its Canadian Commission on Democratic Expression initiative | Financial Post

May 5, 2022 | The Max Bell School's Centre for Media, Technology and Democracy—as part of the Canadian Commission on Democratic Expression—has published in-depth research paper on transparency and accountability issues regarding online platforms. Read more about the research via the Financial Post.

Published: 18 May 2022

The Max Bell Foundation Celebrates its 50th Anniversary

The Max Bell School couldn't wish for a better partner than the Max Bell Foundation. It is only thanks to the Foundation's generous and ongoing support that we are able to carry out our critical work educating policy leaders and creating impact. As the Foundation celebrate its 50th anniversary, we offer our sincere congratulations.

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Published: 3 May 2022

Pearl Eliadis on Reproductive and Sexual Health Services for Vulnerable Women in Quebec

There is a glaring gap in Quebec's healthcare system: Women whose immigration status is precarious are systematically denied access to critical reproductive and sexual health services. This, says Max Bell School professor Pearl Eliadis, must change.

Published: 3 May 2022

Amid rising pressures and a political divide, Biden’s centric views might be a bad omen for a second term | The Globe and Mail

April 29, 2022 | U.S. President Joe Biden, a lifelong centrist Democrat, has a extremely difficult job at an exceedingly tumultuous time in history. His low poll numbers reflect the scale of the challenges he faces. As politics becomes more and more polarized, what does Joe Biden's moderate approach to politics bode for his re-election chances, should he decide to seek a second term?

Published: 3 May 2022

Stronger government regulation of social media companies could improve free speech, says expert | CBC Radio

In an interview with CBC Radio, Max Bell School professor Taylor Owen—who leads the School's Centre for Media, Technology and Democracy—opined on the role regulation can play in safeguarding free speech and online safety.

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Published: 2 May 2022

Bill 96 and the constitution - What you need to know | CBC Radio

April 28, 2022 | Numerous English-language advocacy groups have raised concerns about potential constitutionality issues with Quebec's recently tabled Bill 96, which was introduced as a means to safeguard the status of the French language. In this interview on CBC Radio, Max Bell School professor and humans rights lawyer Pearl Eliadis weighs in.

Published: 2 May 2022

Whose speech will Elon Musk’s Twitter be protecting, exactly? | Globe and Mail

April 27, 2022 | Taylor Owen and Supriya Dwivedi of the Centre for Media, Technology and Democracy write that Elon Musk's recent purchase of Twitter might strengthen the democratic governance that social media companies have fought against.

Published: 28 Apr 2022

International Cooperation Failures in the Face of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Learning from Past Efforts to Address Common Threats | American Academy of Arts & Sciences

April 2022 | The American Academy of Art and Sciences' project on Rethinking the Humanitarian Health Response to Violent Conflict has just released International Cooperation Failures in the Face of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Learning from Past Efforts to Address Common Threats.

Published: 24 Apr 2022

One Hundred Days: How to explain a genocide | Literary Review of Canada

May 2022 | Writing for the Literary Review of Canada, Max Bell School professor Pearl Eliadis reflects on her three UN missions to Rwanda in the aftermath of the 1994 genocide and provides perspective on the trajectory of the country in the ensuing years.

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Published: 23 Apr 2022

For the health of all women in Quebec, without exception | Médecins du Monde

As a member of the pro bono legal team supporting Médecins du Monde (Doctors of the World) Canada, Max Bell School professor Pearl Eliadis is pushing the Quebec government to extend public health care to women in Quebec whose immigration status is precarious and who need reproductive and sexual health services.

Published: 23 Apr 2022

Andrew Potter: The last honourable man | The Line

April 14, 2022 | Writing for The Line, Max Bell School professor Andrew Potter comments on the heroism of Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, in the face of Russia's attempted incursion into Kiev.

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Published: 23 Apr 2022

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